Brand New 2021 Dacia Duster SUV uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 Dacia Duster SUV prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £306 from our dealers. Our 2021 Dacia Duster SUV deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Dacia manufactures 14 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 1.0TCe 90 SS 5 1.0 90 139 £11745 Save £235
Manual Petrol 1.0TCe 90 SS 5 1.0 90 141 £12995 Save £285
Manual BiFuel 1.0TCe Bi-Fuel 100 SS 5 1.0 100 146 £13395 Save £0
Manual Diesel 1.5Blue dCi 115 SS 5 1.5 115 128 £16795 Save £439
Manual Diesel 1.5Blue dCi 115 SS 5 1.5 115 143 £19095 Save £529
Manual Petrol 1.3TCe 130 SS 5 1.3 130 141 £16295 Save £417
Manual Petrol 1.0TCe 90 SS 5 1.0 90 141 £14695 Save £353
Manual BiFuel 1.0TCe Bi-Fuel 100 SS 5 1.0 100 146 £15095 Save £0
Manual Diesel 1.5Blue dCi 115 SS 5 1.5 115 144 £20295 Save £574
Manual BiFuel 1.0TCe Bi-Fuel 100 SS 5 1.0 100 146 £16295 Save £0
Manual Petrol 1.3TCe 130 SS 5 1.3 130 142 £17495 Save £465
Manual Petrol 1.3TCe 150 SS 5 1.3 150 143 £18295 Save £497
Manual Diesel 1.5Blue dCi 115 SS 5 1.5 115 129 £17995 Save £487
Manual Petrol 1.0TCe 90 SS 5 1.0 90 141 £15895 Save £0
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Dacia Duster

While the thought of owning a trendy compact SUV/Crossover-style model for less than £10,000 might be the thing that gets people into Dacia showrooms, the car that satisfied prospective buyers end up driving out of them will probably require a very differently-sized cheque.

Still one though, that'll offer a considerable saving on comparable models from other brands. There are now three spec levels on offer - 'Access', 'Air' and 'Nav+' trims.

Though the baseline 'Access'-specification Duster might be fine if all you want is basic, no-frills transport at supermini pricing, it does come very frugally trimmed: aside from remote central locking with an immobiliser, electric windows, roof bars and tinted glass, its spec is spartan: it doesn't even have a radio! It also has only two driven wheels, unless you pay a £2,000 premium for the 4wd version.

Either way, you have to have the 1.6-litre Sce Petrol engine. We think that most buyers of this kind of car are going to need at least a few basic niceties - air conditioning, body-coloured bumpers, a height-adjustable driver's seat and a split-folding rear seat for example.

And they're probably also going to want the 110bhp 1.5-litre dCi Diesel engine that's fitted to all but entry-level Dusters. Mid-spec 'Air' trim gives you all that in a Diesel model for an £11,000 budget and, once again, you can choose to find another couple of thousand for 4wd if you want it.

Top 'Nav+' trim gives you Dacia's 'MediaNav' Evolution infotainment package (a 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system with satellite navigation), rear-parking sensors plus a rear camera and 16-inch 'Tyrol' alloy wheels.

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